The Los Angeles Clippers have been infamous for their flopping over the past few years with Chris Paul, Blake Griffin and former Clipper Reggie Evans among the worst in the NBA at the shady tactic to lure referees into making bad calls.
On Tuesday night, Paul may have committed the worst flop of his career and by far the worst of any player this season in the loss to the Sacramento Kings. Paul committed the flop while the Kings had possession while the two teams were heading back up the court. The perennial All-Star intentionally pushed off DeMarcus Cousins of Sacramento while throwing his arms up in the air in a ridiculous attempt to draw the foul.
No foul call was made by the refs and during the replay of this flop it’s pretty obvious to see why. Paul’s flop is so blatantly obvious and absurd it would’ve been an embarrassment if a foul was called on Cousins for doing absolutely nothing.
Hopefully, the NBA takes a look at Paul’s flop and at the very least issues a warning to the superstar point guard.